May 21 2024


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Nimoy Honored At Last Night’s Emmys

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Leonard Nimoy and Harve Bennett were amongst the late celebrities honored during last night’s 67th Primetime EmmysIn Memoriam segment.

The segment featured many familiar names, and included Joan Rivers, who should have been in last year’s segment, but was left out.

A slideshow was displayed, beginning with Director/Producer Mike Nichols and ending with Nimoy. In-between the two, fans saw Bennett, Polly Bergen, Wes Craven, Alex Rocco, Jerry Weintraub, Anne Meara, Patrick Macnee, Clark Terry, Dick Van Patten, Sam Simon, B.B. King, Gary Owens, Martin Milner, Frank Gifford and many more.

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10 thoughts on “Nimoy Honored At Last Night’s Emmys

  1. The Emmy Award show is all about TV. Perhaps Horner is better known for the film side of things.

  2. It’s still so sad that we’re without him. He really wanted to be here for the 50th anniversary, and it sucks that he’s going to miss it.

  3. Gah, typo. Fixed. Thanks. nI remember him from Adam 12 when I was a kid. We were regular viewers of the show.

  4. What bothers me in particular, who died in 1999 De Forest Kelley that little has been spent to no homage to this great actor. Deep Space Nine and Voyager were still in production . The loss of Leonard Nimoy , of course, is a huge loss, but it would be fair if there is more attention to De Forest Kelley would be spent in the form of a memorial.

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